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1. Write a summary abstract of the article that is non-evaluative. That is, not to critique the article.
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Carla Joinson (2001 March), Making employees measure up: Creating the right performance appraisal for your organization can help insure that appraisals are done correctly, fairly and on time. HR Magazine. 2001 Index.
1) Motivation/problem statement: Why do we care about the problem? What practical, scientific, theoretical or artistic gap is your research filling?
Annual reviews act as prime motivators for employees and therefore significant. In fact, employers struggling to attract and retain talent can't afford to de-motivate employees. However, Joinson argues that this is exactly the result of flawed or weak performance evaluation systems. "When reviews are not fair, accurate and timely", she argues, "they fail to reward star performers, fail to ...
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